Whilst researching social history for my stories I visit some fascinating places. Here are some of the places that have triggered plots, created characters or inspired a mood or a desire to return to the keyboard and write.
1. Nunnington Hall, North Yorkshire, England.
Twenty one miles north of the beautiful city of York is the historic estate of Nunnington Hall. Its history stretches back from Tudor times through the family’s sympathies with the Jacobite’s cause to modern day.
Built on the banks of the river Rye, it is a beautiful location to explore where peacocks roam free. I loved exploring the period rooms and also the old servant’s rooms and attic where the hall houses a fine miniature collection. The views are magnificent. It feels as if the hustle of modern day life has been left behind as you explore this beautifully preserved walk through history.
4 thoughts on “Sharing Places – Part 1”
Love Traveling and an Added BONUS is Learning about the History, the People, the Places, the Cultures, etc. Happy Tuesday:)
Totally agree. Not just the dry history of dates, but how people lived their lives from the concerns of the poor to the rich. Happy Tuesday to you too 🙂
I agree with your comments in your post about Nunnington Hall. It is a place we return to again and again. Sitting in an area of outstanding beauty (Howardian Hills) it has a feeling of being a million miles away from the modern world.
It is lovely in all seasons. 🙂